Douglas County deputies are seeking a vandal or vandals who spray painted derogatory statements and a profanity on two homes backing a greenbelt …
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Douglas County deputies are seeking a vandal or vandals who
spray painted derogatory statements and a profanity on two homes
backing a greenbelt Sept. 6.
A deputy responded at about 9:30 a.m. to a house in the 10000
block of Savannah Sparrow Court.
The resident found the words “gay pride” spray painted in black
on the back of her house, on the siding.
Neither the reporting party nor her adult children are
homosexual, so she told the deputy that she thought it was “just
kids” vandalizing the house.
Her neighbor had one profanity painted on his glass sliding
Neither resident noticed any noise in the night.
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